Olympic broadband

Gerry Pennell, the CIO of LOCOG, said the key difference between the Beijing Olympics and London was that in 2008 the iPhone was only one year old and as a result, there was no expectation to provide large scale connectivity for smartphones. But in London, there was such an expectation, clearly demonstrating how far the industry has moved on, introducing a new challenge in delivering effective mobile broadband.

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